Automakers appear intent on adding momentum to fuel-cell research and development, as several companies recently make significant fuel-cell related announcements. DaimlerChrysler AG unveils a second-generation of fuel-cell technology: a direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) in a running prototype. Introduced earlier this month in Germany, methanol goes in the prototype fuel cell and electricity comes out — powering a small go-kart with no onboard reformer or hint of hydrogen in the chemical ...

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